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I will be visiting my inlaws this weekend and I've played both courses at Burns Park...Enjoyed those course but I was wondering what Hindman Pam is like? Any other suggestions for courses? I don't mind driving a little far. They live in the Chenalt area where all the fancy folks live....
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Morehart is a better course than Hindman. Hindman is real short and pretty easy. Morehart has two sets of tees that are pretty different, and feels a lot more like an 18 hole course. It really isn't that much further than Morehart and will probably be more enjoyable. I would also recommend staying away from the course in Jacksonville. That park was completely underwater a couple of weeks ago, and I'd guess the course is still pretty wet, at least.
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If you have the time, Cedar Glades in Hot Springs is worth the 45min-1hr drive. Hilly, wooded, and technical - originally a Houck design that's had a few holes tweaked since opening. My personal favorite course too.
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